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Registration link and meeting agenda for the National Advisory Committee on the Sex Trafficking of Children and Youth in the United States public meeting (December 9, 2020).

Registration link and meeting agenda for the National Advisory Committee on the Sex Trafficking of Children and Youth in the United States Public Meeting

Agenda for the National Advisory Committee: May 28, 2019

National Advisory Committee on the Sex Trafficking of Children & Youth
March 6, 2019

The National Advisory Committee will meet on May 28. Access this agenda to participate. 

In 2008, the HHS Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation Visit disclaimer page (ASPE) sponsored a national symposium focused on the health needs of human trafficking victims. This event brought together health care professionals, federal employees, and anti-trafficking advocates to discuss how best to identify victims in health care settings and ways that the health care system can provide improved and effective services to this population.

Access the January 2019 calendar for National Slavery & Human Trafficking Prevention Month activities.

SOAR Training Enhancements

Stop. Observe. Ask. Respond. to Human Trafficking
July 13, 2017

The infographic provides a high level overview of the three-tiered approach to enhancing the SOAR to Health and Wellness Training. Related project activities include the development of U.S. state and territorial profiles, webinars on emerging topics, an e-Guide for the general public, organizing meeting(s) of industry stakeholders to identify strategic partnerships to scale the training, and so forth.

Look Beneath the Surface Regional Anti-Trafficking Program

Health professionals play a critical role in combatting human trafficking.

Health care and social service providers will be taught how to stop, observe, ask, and respond to potential human trafficking victims.

A survivor-advocate’s perspective